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Ok, so we have word association and three words, so how about we attempt a limerick thread. Limericks are less about the syllables but are more about the rhyme (although lines A have similar amounts and lines B have similar amounts).
You know how they work, 5 lines, The first, second, and last lines all rhyme, while the third and fourth lines rhyme themselves. A-A-B-B-A. Typically, limericks have three stressed syllables altogether in the first, second, and last lines, and two stressed syllables in the third and fourth:

There once was a lady from Ryde
Who ate some green apples and died.
The apples fermented
Inside the lamented
And made cider inside her insides.
Try to Keep it clean
I'll start:
There once was a Volkswagen driver
 
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